WIN a Union Jack Raggy-tag

I was recently sent 3 Limited Edition Union Jack Raggy-Tags. One to review and 2 to give away.

Raggy-Tag is a British company who specialise in making taggies. (Taggies are like small blankets with lots of different tags/labels sewn onto them). Lots of babies and toddlers find them comforting.

Raggy-Tag have made a special edition Union Jack taggie for the Olympics. Sam has been putting it through its paces for a couple of weeks now. He likes to keep it close by at nap time. They definitely get a huge thumbs up from us.

The Union Jack Raggy-Tag is backed with cuddle soft Velboa. It comes packaged in a gorgeous, organza bag. is made from Mixed Fibres and is machine washable at 40 degrees. Taggies should be washed on the delicate cycle or placed inside a pillow case to avoid fraying. The limited edition Union Jack Raggy-Tag measures around 40cm X 31cm and has an RRP of £16.99.

Sam has had a couple of Taggies from other retailers, and none have felt as good quality as the Raggy-Tag does. Raggy-Tags are hand made on the Isle of Wight and they are Quality Assured – the CE mark proves they are meeting current EU safety regulations.

COMPETITION

I have 2 limited edition Union Jack Raggy-Tags to give away to one lucky reader – a spare is 100% necessary on laundry day, or if you want to keep one in baby’s changing bag or cot.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is follow @RaggyTag on twitter and tweet “I want to win a @RaggyTag with @TheMotherGeek http://bit.ly/L0z74X”

Please comment below with your twitter username so I can validate your entry.

The competition closes on Thursday 19th July at midnight. The winner will be informed within 48 hours, and your prize will be sent within 48 hours of that, to allow delivery in time for the start of the 2012 Olympic Games.

This is not a sponsored post. Raggy-Tag provided the test Taggy and prizes, but all words and opinions are my own.

The winner of the competition was @lyndajsmith – congratulations!
The winner was drawn using random.org. Each entry was given a number from 1-8 (In the order their comments were posted). The random number generator chose number 1. Screen shot available on request.